The Harpswell Heritage Land Trust is the only organization dedicated solely to protecting the natural resources of Harpswell, Maine. Our mission is to protect Harpswell’s natural open spaces, islands, shoreline, and cultural heritage for current and future generations through education, conservation and landowner assistance.
Walking the Devil’s Back Trail
By Ed Robinson Sometimes a little creativity can go a long way; in this case 1.2 miles. That is the length of the outer loop of the Devil’s Back Trail on Orr’s Island. It is likely you have driven by the trailhead many times without stopping to check out this trail. With better weather here, […]Learn More
Birding Extravaganza 2015
Five Conservation Organizations offer series of birding walks in the Midcoast Region. The public is invited to attend a series of free bird watching adventures sponsored by five conservation organizations in Midcoast Maine this April and May. Merrymeeting Audubon, Kennebec Estuary Land Trust, Harpswell Heritage Land Trust, Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, and Phippsburg Land Trust have […]Learn More
The Farthest Place: A Photographic Journey by Canoe into the Wilderness of Alaska
You won’t want to miss this free event at Harpswell Heritage Land Trust on March 24! Infinite space, pure light, crystal clear rivers, an ocean of mountains…this is the pallet of Richard Kahn’s Alaska. For the past fifteen years he has paddled more than 5,000 miles on wilderness rivers north of the Arctic Circle in […]Learn More